Show #3763 - Wednesday, January 3, 2001

Contestants

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Josh Adam, a landscape painter from Castine, Maine

Sara Buckhold, a college student from St. Louis, Missouri

Richard Kolostian, an attorney from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $24,197)

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Jeopardy! Round

STREET SMARTS
DRUGS
FRIENDS
ROMANS
COUNTRYMEN
(Alex: All of the clues have to do with men and women who have a country in their name--think about that.)
LEND ME YOUR MOUSEKETEER EARS
    $100 6
It's the stately street where the U.S. president lives
    $100 11
The Salk vaccine prevents this crippling disease
    $100 12
These 2 friends are credited with the lyric "Oh I get by with a little help from my friends"
    $100 26
The Romans didn't usually use these vehicles in battle; they were reserved for the victory parades
    $100 1
This basketball great is sometimes called "His Airness"
    $100 17
She's probably America's favorite Mouseketeer & QVC sells her collectible bears
    $200 7
In this European city the locals call the Boulevard Saint-Michel the "Boul' Miche" for short
    $200 22
This drug first synthesized in 1905 is now less common as a dental anesthetic than lidocaine
    $200 13
According to a classic song title, these "Are A Girl's Best Friend"
    $200 27
Commit the crime & you may have had to do the time in one of these schools to learn fighting for the games
    $200 2
As Rod Tidwell in "Jerry Maguire", he popularized the phrase "Show me the money!"
    $200 18
From 1991 to 1993 this future "Felicity" star was in the house with Mickey Mouse
    $300 8
This Manhattan avenue has long been synonymous with the advertising industry
    $300 23
The administration of drugs was made much easier by this 1853 invention seen here
    $300 14
In a Shakespeare play, he says "Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears"
    $300 28
The Romans celebrated Anna Perenna, sort of a New Year's Day festival, on the 15th or ides of this month
    $300 3
This supermodel known for her swimsuit issue covers was born in Santa Barbara, not in Dublin
    $300 19
Platinum albums, an exercise video, touring & writing a book have kept this teen from Kentwood, Louisiana busy
    $400 9
The Garden State Parkway passes by Paramus & Passaic in this state
    $400 24
From the Latin for "I shall please", it's a fake drug given in place of a real one
    $400 15
Movie in which Billy Crystal told Meg Ryan that a man & a woman can never truly be friends
    $400 29
A funny thing might have happened on the way to this chief marketplace of Rome
    $400 4
This younger brother of Rob is married to Hilary Swank
    $400 20
'50s club member Cubby O' Brien continued to play this instrument as an adult for the Carpenters & Bernadette Peters
    $500 10
In 1775 Daniel Boone blazed this road through the Cumberland Gap
    $500 25
AKA Zidovudine, the drug with this 3-letter abbreviation was approved in 1987 to fight the AIDS virus
    $500 16
Her novel "Circle of Friends" became a movie starring Minnie Driver
    DD: $900 30
From the Latin for "mob", it was the term for the Latin spoken by the mobs of uneducated Romans
    $500 5
Nobel Prize-winning novelist Anatole, or the country of his birth
    $500 21
The former Mouseketeer & "Facts of Life" star seen here, she's now a mom who home-schools her 3 kids

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Richard Sara Josh
$2,000 $600 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Sara Josh
$3,900 $1,200 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE & NATURE
TV TITLE ROLES
(Alex: You have to name the actor.)
NORTHWESTERN INDIANS
"N" TICING
FUN DATES
REALLY BAD DATES
    $200 30
This African carnivore famous for its "laugh" also emits a piercing howl
    $200 2
"Frasier"
    $200 24
These 50-foot-tall cedarwood creations have been called "The Hallmark of Northwest Coastal Art"
    $200 8
Also used as an insecticide, it's a toxic alkaloid found in tobacco
    $200 19
It's been said that birds choose their mates on this holiday
    $200 13
An Aug. 5, 1861 act by Congress imposed a tax on this, at a rate of 3% for anything over $800
    $400 1
They're considered the 3 precious metals
    $400 4
"Norm"
    $400 25
Sails were added to these 50-foot-long cedarwood creations after contact with Europeans
    $400 9
It's the deadly type of necktie seen here
    $400 20
Legend says that this symbol of St. Patrick's Day was used by St. Patrick to illustrate the Holy Trinity
    $400 14
A New Mexico community & this national lab were ravaged by a fire that began as a controlled burn on May 4, 2000
    $600 3
The name of this noble gas might remind you of a "Warrior Princess"
    $600 5
"Sabrina the Teenage Witch"
    $600 26
The Nootka were expert at this activity of which New Bedford became the world's center
    $600 10
This warm-water species of shark shares its name with someone who might be registered or practical
    $600 21
This federal holiday can fall on any date from February 15 to February 21
    $600 15
The Love Canal in this state, a toxic waste dump site in the '40s & '50s, was declared a disaster area on Aug. 7, 1978
    $800 18
This main male sex hormone is also produced in small amounts by the female ovaries
    $800 6
"Boy Meets World"
    DD: $1,800 27
"Y" tribes include the Yurok, Yokuts & this one that gave their name to a Washington city of 55,000
    $800 11
It's showing favoritism by someone in power to family members or friends
    $800 22
Day on which Mexico's Battle of Puebla is celebrated
    DD: $1,000 16
On March 9, 1916 Mexican soldiers & this revolutionary general attacked the town of Columbus, New Mexico, killing 15
    $1000 29
Boyle's Law says that at constant temperature, the volume of a gas varies inversely with this
    $1000 7
"Jesse"
    $1000 28
Meaning "to give", it's a ceremony at which the host gives gifts & might destroy his own property
    $1000 12
This city of 350,000 on Honshu Island hosted the Winter Olympics in 1998
    $1000 23
Cities can earn the designation "Tree City USA" from the foundation for this holiday in Nebraska
    $1000 17
On June 19, 1756 146 British prisoners were packed into the dungeon in India that was given this nickname

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Sara Josh
$11,700 $5,000 $4,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BROADWAY MUSICALS
In 1949 this Shakespeare-based show won the 1st Tony for Best Musical; in 2000 it won for Best Musical Revival

Final scores:

Richard Sara Josh
$11,700 $0 $3,000
4-day champion: $35,897 3rd place: Soloflex Home Gym & Weights 2nd place: Trip to Club Med, Mexico

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Richard Sara Josh
$11,700 $4,800 $4,500
30 R,
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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